Fly Fishing

If you enjoy fly fishing, or would like to get started we’ve got the finest Hardy Rods and Reels, Ross, and Redington Reels, locally tied flies by our guide staff and a great selection of fly lines from RIO and Scientific Anglers.  Check out the video of Andy Mill testing the new Hardy Rods and Fortuna fly reel on sharks. The power and strength of the new Hardy saltwater fly fishing gear is astonishing. You may not always need this much power, but it’s great to know you’ve got it.

With a selection of flies like this, you can catch great fish in our area.

With a selection of flies like this, you can catch great fish in our area.

If stalking and sight fishing for redfish or snook in the shallow back bay waters is what interests you, we can get you outfitted and booked with a guide with who will be focused on taking you to some great sight-fishing.  Just need to spend the day learning to tie nail-knots, bimini-twists or blood knots is no problem either.  And if you’ve never tried fly fishing but always been interested in giving it a shot, we highly recommend a day with one of our guides, they can teach you the basic casting strokes and have you catching fish.  We also have locally tied custom flies available by guides that are on the water every day and know what to use, where, and when.   If you want additional help getting rigged up with leaders, we’ve got pre-tied RIO leaders available, or we can help you learn the best knots to use for tying your own.

 

 

 

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